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Monday 23rd March

Good morning children!


I hope that you are going to have lots of fun learning from home today. Today you have some English, Maths and History activities to complete. Here is some more information about the different tasks:



Please find the sheet named 'What to do today' in your folder. It is the set of sheets about George and the Dragon. There is a story to read (see downloadable story below) and then a video to watch about another version of the story (use the link given). Your challenge is to compare the two stories, think about how they are similar and how they are different. There are then a few other tasks for you to complete. I hope you enjoy the stories! You may have even heard one of them before!




St George and the Dragon story


We are starting a new topic of work over these next few weeks in maths and our focus is shape! Today you are going to be learning about 2D and 3D shapes. In your folder you should find some maths sheets called 'recognising 2D and 3D shapes. Use the presentation below and then complete the worksheets. Your challenge once you have done this is finding some 2D and 3D shapes in your house. Why not write a list of items and name them. 



We have learnt lots of things about Florence Nightingale and Mary Seacole over the past few weeks and today you have another famous nurse to learn about! Her name is Edith Cavell. Read the presentation about her life (you may need a grown up to help you). Once you have learnt about Edith Cavell draw or paint a picture of her and write 5 sentences about how she helped the soldiers.

Edith Cavell Presentation